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Type 1 diabetes in specific populations

DKA prevalence with newly diagnosed pediatric type 1 diabetes remains high

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A major study of children from three continents suggests that diabetic ketoacidosis remains unacceptably high among those newly identified with type 1 diabetes and shows few signs of improving.

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Type 1 diabetes endotypes firmed up

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Researchers provide further evidence to support two distinct type 1 diabetes endotypes characterized by a more or less aggressive autoimmune response and a younger or older age at onset.

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Excess weight may hasten type 1 diabetes progression in lower-risk children

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A high BMI may contribute to the risk for progressing from single to multiple islet autoantibodies, especially in children who would otherwise be at relatively low risk, show findings from TrialNet.

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Protocol with point-of-care testing improves speed, accuracy of DKA diagnosis

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Implementing a nursing protocol that includes point-of-care testing at triage reduces the time to diabetic ketoacidosis diagnosis and the number of unnecessary intravenous placements in the pediatric emergency department, say researchers.

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Maternal education has major impact on glycemic control in children

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Researchers report that women’s educational attainment is strongly associated with the glycated hemoglobin levels of their children with type 1 diabetes.

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Family conflict key factor in poor glycemic control among young insulin users

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Factors associated with poor glycemic control in children with type 1 diabetes generally vary according to the insulin regimen used, but family conflict over diabetes management universally impacts all insulin users, US researchers report.

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Exposure to diabetes technologies: Where now for adult services?

Exposure to diabetes technologies: Where now for adult services?

What does the proliferation of diabetes self-management and monitoring technologies in pediatric care mean for the future of adult services? Katharine Barnard looks at the situation in England. 

Get more on: Devices and technology | Pediatric diabetes

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Periconceptional HbA1c levels ‘strongly linked’ to preterm birth risk

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The risk for preterm birth among women with type 1 diabetes increases considerably with increasing glycated hemoglobin levels around the time of conception, study findings indicate.

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Randomized trial questions superiority of insulin pumps over injections in children

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Insulin pumps and multiple daily injections deliver similar glycemic control and safety profiles when allocated alongside education and support at the point of type 1 diabetes diagnosis, say researchers.

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Diabetes and dementia: Addressing the needs of an overlooked population

Diabetes and dementia: Addressing the needs of an overlooked population

Diabetologist Amar Puttanna addresses growing concerns about the rise of dementia in diabetes care and highlights where guidelines, research efforts, and management options are needed to tackle this comorbidity [read more].

Get more on: Mental health and diabetesDiabetes complications and comorbidities | Diabetes in older adults

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05-29-2020 | Pathophysiology | News

Type 1 diabetes diagnostic threshold challenged

Beta-cell function enters a period of rapid decline around 6 months before people meet the diagnostic threshold for type 1 diabetes, show TrialNet data.

05-28-2020 | Gastrointestinal disorders | News

‘High rates’ of asymptomatic celiac disease in people with type 1 diabetes

Asymptomatic celiac disease is a frequently occurring comorbidity in people with type 1 diabetes, and transitioning to a gluten-free diet may increase postprandial glycemic variability, researchers report.

05-27-2020 | Insulin glargine | News

Second- and first-generation insulin analogs offer similar pediatric type 1 diabetes benefits

Findings from the EDITION JUNIOR trial indicate that glargine-300 and glargine-100 have similar efficacy and safety when used with mealtime insulin in children and adolescents with type 1 diabetes.

Themed collections

06-07-2017 | Psychosocial care | Themed collection | Collection

Psychosocial care in diabetes

This content collection summarizes recent publications dealing with various aspects of psychosocial care in patients with type 1 and type 2 diabetes.

This collection has been developed on behalf of Diabetes UK

Journal articles and book chapters

11-15-2018 | Pregnancy | Article

Successful outcomes with insulin degludec in pregnancy: A case series

Hiranput S et al. Diabetes Ther 2018. doi: 10.1007/s13300-018-0532-z

10-08-2018 | Complications | Review | Article

Diabetes and HIV

Noubissi EC, Katte JC, Sobngwi E. Curr Diab Rep 2018; 18: 125. doi: 10.1007/s11892-018-1076-3

09-04-2018 | Mental health | Article

Long-term glycemic control and dementia risk in type 1 diabetes

Lacy ME et al. Diabetes Care 2018: dc180073. doi: 10.2337/dc18-0073

Guidelines

A convenient single access point, providing diabetes professionals with links to a comprehensive set of clinical practice guidelines from a wide range of relevant organizations.

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Downloadable PowerPoint slide sets containing a variety of high-quality images and illustrations from Springer Nature’s library of published figures.

Practice tips

Practical information, guidance, and helpful resources for diabetes healthcare providers. Comprised of practical approaches, case studies, and more.

Themed collections

Compendia of selected, recently published, free full-text journal and book content from Springer Nature and other publishers on a particular topic within diabetes management, as recommended by our Editorial Board.

Independent Medical Education

Educational programs building upon the most current research and professional practice recommendations, with the aim of enabling more efficient diagnosis, optimizing treatment, and improving patient outcomes.

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